AEW recently unveiled the All Atlantic Title, which was brought out last month. The title was then put on the line at the Forbidden Door pay-per-view on June 26th. After a long battle, it was PAC who ended up winning the match and became the inaugural champion. Now he’s making a lot of journeys with that title belt.
PAC is scheduled to defend his title against NJPW star Shota Umino on July 10th. That’s not all, as he is also set to defend it against LJ Cleary at Over The Top Wrestling’s Poetry Slam event on July 22nd.
While speaking on The Masked Man Show, AEW President Tony Khan confirmed that the All-Atlantic Title will be a traveling championship.
“PAC is going back to England, he’s back in England now. He is going to defend the title internationally. It’s a traveling championship, because the champions of AEW, because of TV commitments, all the other champions we really have booked here through the year, let’s have a champion that can go defend the title.
Thunder Rosa has also talked about defending the Women’s World Championship abroad, which I’m open to also.”
PAC is going to compete in OTT Wrestling for the first time since August 2019. We will have to wait and see how PAC will be booked as the All Atlantic Champion in the coming weeks. He will certainly be appearing in more places than just AEW.
h/t Wrestling Inc
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